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Norwegian Cat
09-26-2006, 06:37 AM
http://video.google.es/videoplay?docid=1686869996332081185&q=jesus+camp

"Do you think all muslims are terrorists?"

Ban religion... now.

Manic Subsidal Boy
09-26-2006, 06:42 AM
:eek:WTF WAS THAT:eek:

Norwegian Cat
09-26-2006, 02:00 PM
:eek:WTF WAS THAT:eek:

That was a trailer for a documentary about evangelist and jesuit societies in the U.S.

Scary stuff, huh?

wheelchairman
09-26-2006, 02:09 PM
I loved that mullet.

ninthlayer
09-26-2006, 03:04 PM
So counter-culture!

Mark_Bryan_420
09-29-2006, 08:05 AM
Scary stuff, huh? What's so scary about it?

wheelchairman
09-29-2006, 08:22 AM
What's so scary about it?

It's militant brainwashing of children.

Mark_Bryan_420
09-29-2006, 08:42 AM
It's militant brainwashing of children.
If it's a bunch of fanatics,yes you have a point,but if if they are sincere and their love for God and mankind is genuine (like mother Teresa) then it's a different story! Surely you don't think an old woman like Mother Teresa was a fanatic do you?

wheelchairman
09-29-2006, 08:48 AM
If it's a bunch of fanatics,yes you have a point,but if if they are sincere and their love for God and mankind is genuine (like mother Teresa) then it's a different story! Surely you don't think an old woman like Mother Teresa was a fanatic do you?

Mother Teresa was many things. None of the things at Jesus Camp bare any resemblance to anything Mother Teresa did.

Mark_Bryan_420
09-29-2006, 09:00 AM
Mother Teresa was many things. None of the things at Jesus Camp bare any resemblance to anything Mother Teresa did. Point taken.

Amiralanal
10-02-2006, 01:33 PM
gaaaaaahhhh

Italia311
10-03-2006, 06:44 AM
Thats messed...who would make that a movie

Whiplash
10-03-2006, 06:49 AM
Jesus freaks. I hate those types of people, Brainwashing little children. That mullet is full of win though.

Sin Studly
10-03-2006, 07:07 AM
Surely you don't think an old woman like Mother Teresa was a fanatic do you?

Actually, she was. Putting aside her undefendable dealings with dictators all over the planet, such as Papa and Baby Doc, there was the case of that little war between India and Pakistan where she dropped everything to go there ; not to actually help anybody, just to try and convince the female victims to keep their rapebabies.

Mark_Bryan_420
10-03-2006, 07:11 AM
Actually, she was. Putting aside her undefendable dealings with dictators all over the planet, such as Papa and Baby Doc, there was the case of that little war between India and Pakistan where she dropped everything to go there ; not to actually help anybody, just to try and convince the female victims to keep their rapebabies.
So she's against abortion,and believes in the sanctity of life. What's wrong with that?

Sin Studly
10-03-2006, 07:24 AM
Thinking that trying to support the thousands of displaced people with no means of ensuring their survival is less important than trying to force another mouth to feed on them.

I guess the sanctity of life ends at birth, and then it's okay for the babies to starve along with their raped and brutalised mothers? Or be constantly beaten, whipped, kicked and raped whenever a 'real' person feels like hurting them, and consigned to the worst possible lives imaginable because they're halfcaste rapebaby Paki-Indians, lower even than the Untouchables?

Mark_Bryan_420
10-03-2006, 08:08 AM
Thinking that trying to support the thousands of displaced people with no means of ensuring their survival is less important than trying to force another mouth to feed on them.

I guess the sanctity of life ends at birth, and then it's okay for the babies to starve along with their raped and brutalised mothers? Or be constantly beaten, whipped, kicked and raped whenever a 'real' person feels like hurting them, and consigned to the worst possible lives imaginable because they're halfcaste rapebaby Paki-Indians, lower even than the Untouchables? Ain't you forgettin somethin? The woman wasn't actually rich you know! She was tryin' to bring awareness abroad and offer words of comfort to the afflicted!

Sin Studly
10-03-2006, 08:15 AM
Actually, yes she was.


She had other questionable supporters as well. Charles Keating, who stole in excess of $252 million in the Savings and Loan scandal of the 1980s, donated $1.25 million of his loot to Mother Teresa. When he was eventually caught, M.T. interceded on his behalf and wrote a letter to the court urging leniency. When the district attorney wrote back informing her that the money she had received was stolen money, she made no attempt to reply. She also accepted money from the embezzler Robert Maxwell, who stole 450 million from his employees' pension funds (and committed suicide rather than face Scotland Yard).

In fact, the Missionaries of Charity probably garner annual donations in excess of $100 million worldwide. (It's only "probably" because her organization patently refuses to release their financials.) Where does all that money go?

It certainly doesn't go into health care for her wards. People get the misconception that her facilities operate as hospices or medical clinics. This is not so. Those facilities are devoted to giving people someplace to lay down and die. M.T. herself named them "Houses of the Dying." Over the years, her organization has grown to support a worldwide network of schools and soup kitchens, but these are rather modest affairs and require very little cash to maintain. In fact, one former staffer of the New York branch revealed that although there was more than $50 million sitting in the bank, the local subsidiary continued to appeal to the public for more donations. There is no telling how much money resides in all their other accounts around the world.

Of course, when she required her own medical care, only the best would do. In public, she declined a 1984 offer for free cataract surgery from the St Francis Medical Center, worth $5,000. But the following year, she quietly received the same treatment at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York. Not to mention visits to the Scripps Clinic and the Gemelli Hospital, and numerous visits for cardiac care at the Birla Heart Institute in Calcutta. At some point she got a pacemaker installed.

In the April 1996 issue of Ladies Home Journal M.T. disclosed that she wished to finish her life in one of her own Houses of the Dying, just like those poor people she attended to. But when she died the following year, she was in her private bedroom, surrounded by modern cardiac machinery.

Mark_Bryan_420
10-03-2006, 09:01 AM
Actually, yes she was. Looks to me like she recieved donations.

Sin Studly
10-03-2006, 09:16 AM
Yes. Making her rich. If I recieved many millions of dollars worth of donations, and didn't use them to help the poor, I'd be rich too.

Norwegian Cat
10-03-2006, 09:55 AM
Thats messed...who would make that a movie

Not a movie; a documentary.